Awareness + Learning + INTEGRATION = New Improved Skill I adapted this ‘improvement equation’ from a presentation given by TI Coach Dinah Mistilis at the TI Coach Certification Course this week in Coral Springs FL.
The post-Adlington era of British Swimming begins today with the British Gas International Swimming Meet 2013. The four day competition sees a number of international stars competing alongside the best of Britain.
I’m writing this from Windsor England where I’m visiting for the second time in a few months. In mid-October I came for a Coach Certification Course and returned yesterday to speak at a Triathlon Show.
Paul Lurie showed up at Chez Laughlin out of the blue one day last summer. He’d learned we teach TI there in an Endless Pool. When my daughter Betsy answered the door, Paul’s first question was “Can you teach me butterfly?
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